NY Daily News:
The Knicks met with free-agent point guard Andre Miller on Monday, the Daily News has learned.
According to a team source, the meeting between Miller and Knicks president Donnie Walsh took place at the Knicks training facility in Greenburgh. It is not believed that the Knicks made Miller an offer. Miller is hoping to sign for more than the mid-level exception of $5.8 million.
A more plausible scenario for the Knicks would be to work out a sign-and-trade with the Sixers. Chris Duhon would almost certainly be included in a deal for Miller.
Last week, Miller met with officials from the Portland Trail Blazers, who have money under the salary cap to offer Miller a contract worth $8 million to $10 million annually. There has also been talk of a possible sign-and-trade between Portland and Philadelphia.
MIL beat writer claims Walsh will sign Sessions tomorrow. Maybe before he signs Sessions for the MLE (4-5 year deal around 24-30 mil) he throws Miller a take-it-or-leave-it type offer?